Bryan, Sarah and Kevin welcome their friend Jill for a lengthy discourse about the wonderful world of Oz.
With Eric just recovering from being sick, and Bryan just catching something, the Nerds thought, why not talk about Pandemics?! Join Eric and Bryan as they explore the cultural and historical impact from history’s most major diseases.
With Eric on a two-week break, Nerdonomy regular David McGuire stops by, and he and Bryan revel in their stage acting days while discussing the changes to art of Acting that in the 20th Century. Enjoy!
Photo Credit: A scene from A Month in the Country by Turgenev, Public Domain, published by Brentanos, NY, 1922.
Nerds on History’s Eric Bricmont is a guest this week as NoF measures their respective Schwartz’s via a discourse on Spaceballs.
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Hello there, dear listeners and readers! At last, we have arrived to the end of my Top 20 with the remaining 5 to go! If you’ve stuck with these posts, thank you and I hope I added some more movies to your list to see!
*Footnote: Again,here are a few key words that helped me narrow my focus on why certain movies were chosen: Risk, originality, genuine, geeky, beauty, closure, intensity.